Category Archives: EcoJot

Notebook Addict of the Week: Sugaroni

This week’s addict has a little of everything…  isn’t this quite a stack?!?

See more at The embarrassing truth of my notebook obsessions | Flickr – Photo Sharing!. Found via the Well Appointed Desk on Twitter

Notebook Addict of the Week: Amanda

This week’s addict emailed me lots of photos of her notebooks, with the comments below:

The photos I have show 32 of my absolute favorites, minus the drawers I have dedicated to course notebooks and other larger ones.The titles should be fairly exclamatory regarding what’s in each image.  In the sketchbooks, there are two graph paperchase that I got on clearance for about $3/each.  In the misc, there are three moleskines, two large and one of  my two pockets, all sketchbooks.  Missing is my blank moleskine notebook, and another moleskine sketchbook that I gave to a friend’s sister to encourage her to draw more.

Click on the thumbnails below for the full view, with some bonus shots of some of Amanda’s drawings!


Thanks for sharing your collection!

 

 

Notebook Addict of the Week: Jennie

This week’s addict emailed me a link to a post about her notebook addiction, featuring these photos:

Believe it or not, this is only my journal collection for the past ten years. My mother has my high school and college journals at home. Basically, my journals are just a week by week account of my life, a legacy of sorts to leave my family. As I get older, I find myself writing more about my philosophies and views on the world as well as the day to day stuff; as I have evolved, so have my journals…

I love the variety in this collection, which Jennie told me includes EcoJot, Miquelrius, and many more. See Jennie’s blog for larger versions of these photos and more information on how she uses them. (And also this related post poking fun at Moleskines!)
Thanks again, Jennie!

EcoJot Giveaway!

Sabrina at Slice of Lemon says “these notebooks = crack,” so she’s sharing them with 5 lucky winners!

Here’s the contest details:

In order to enter this contest, answer the following question in the comments section of this post [at Slice of Lemon, not here at Notebook Stories]:

What is your fondest childhood memory?

Answers can be something like, “The time I went fishing with my dad” or “When I punched Jimmy Smith in the face for smashing my sandwich at lunch,” or “Taking horseback riding lessons,” or “The time I made $10 from my lemonade stand.”
Answers can be as long or short as you want.

Only one entry per person is allowed, and all entries must be submitted no later than 9 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, Oct. 5, 2009.

Enter at her website: A Giveaway: The Greatest Notebooks on Earth, and I’m Not Really an Advocate of Crack. : sliceoflemon.com.